Copenhagen brunch hailed one of world’s best

Opulent Sunday brunch, priced at €80 per person
Book now for 2017. Sunday brunch at Restaurant Marchal in Copenhagen’s Hotel d’Angleterre is already fully booked for this year, and now it has received yet another accolade to boost its popularity.
The Sunday brunch, priced at DKK 595 (€80) per person, is not an every-weekend sort of thing, but for special occasions it appears to be worth the price. So says global travel magazine Travel + Leisure, which has included it in a list of the 14 best Sunday brunches in the world.
It’s more than scrambled eggs, bacon and beans, extending to fine champagne, oysters, scallops, salmon, cod, guinea fowl, lamb and veal.
Copenhagen Post


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